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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta a.v, OdolH-r THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD What Press Agents Have to Say of Their Shows "What Happened to "What to Mao" is iialia- frf by tiie author IG be only an love itoiy. and fauch it is; i-u nrjih All. fi has a and a rc.'iantlc touch lhat uiukc-s it ni-il refreshing, after one has seen fipKitueijE that uuheaUh) drama whicfo mawiusrades as motfeni 'i'hertr is 'A hardened bachelor h play, a who sue- combs to the Uovcly heiress, making a Vtelty anO not too. ob trust re'romance. There IB also ia young scoundrel and tin old one. wid the younjf nan's vie liur; but tbe latter Incident is not ren too prominent. iH'.U are put together about the char- acter of the loet heiress, who has prowu up amid Is a re! and sordid sur- roundings, yet In a vein ot Fioftl romance, and n fund of sweet- and vtdVwoxueueis. She frank, too, and quick and honest, aud has a. Cushion of Baring un llilnjs. So Mary Is Quite de- lightful Iu aud a character that ihould carry any play to success. TTift Leu Mon'JBon Producing Co. who prtsftot "What Happened to have, provided a cast of excel- leol niid ycenlc production, Manager Wilson It ia he conwIlzoeMted-Oii securing this pro due Hop for one rtght only at the jettlc TisalTe, f. Seats are nov. on sale at Kenny Ellin's Tht Company The eniafoment of Ihe fimouft Baaltm. Co., at the Sher man Theatre. nights, com menclng 31. promises be tbe of the season Mils Horianie Travem. and Jessica Olemtvi are younc ladiei >rlma donna sopwinofi. Meiers. Jack and Ray Southard are aniouK tte comic opera comedians, whflc }Jr. Ii Barton baritone, and Gaoree Perkins, tpnor, go to.mafce up the priudpalR ot'tts oompnay. Is a chorus of girls, who sweetly and dance bountifully end a strong feature of the com combined to rnalie a clevtn .jfod ttsriruBhiy EjiUflfying perform- There are twenty sonp numbers during, the three acts of the opera. Mr. JacV Leslie, the principal com- wii for a number ol ycara with ihs "Whitney's, 'one'of n roadways "shln- and every mem- "or leas connected whit moat.of Lthe New offefirlnas. It is a f'trkUv higD-clflsa ooiplc opera, and ttie Sherman ehoutd be oor.gratufcted Ia securing this excel- lent attraction. Seats axe new on e rat the box office. t ff "The A moftt enjaging peries of Incidents, tufllaioed by a lovfc interest that ap- peals becauee of its sincerity; a tangle of plot which is ingenuously and then aa artfully un- rarellM, a number of sharp drarr.atlo SHERMAN THEATRE Starting Friday, October 31 THE BOSTON OPERA CO. 20 Friday, "The Beggar Prince" Charming Comic Opera Taliented Artists, Presenting Saturday Matinee, "Said Pasha Fantastic Light Opera 20 Saturday Evening, "Girofle Girofla i Sparkling Parisian Opera Seats Now On Sale at Box Office, 25 cents to J iinaxes aoJ real thrills, iiud aluvo nlL u taiJablo jireseniiuK (.oropauy, in- cluditig Frank who eatabllsh. eel himself as a local favorite last Efa- son in the role of Father Kelly. Hie Irish priesi "Tin.; combine (o Miakc "Tiie narrier." ilrwttializ- ed veiBlou of Hex Beach's novel of that name, one of the best dramnilc of- ferings iu years. Thu piece furnislieg many ihrlliE, and col a few atifi inoi'r.cnts, (hat aie all the more etijoyable bffiiHEp of tlio substantial i of Sta story in which uildUlonal! appeal is furnlslifd bjfclhe-fact that' tho scenes are laid in Alaska, the companion ot Canada. "The will be the offering ul tbe Majestic Theatre tonight ar.il tomorrow, Friday. Seats are now on sale at Kenny Allin's Brug-Uook store. i Excellent Programme at the Empress The leading feature of the pio- gramcje at the l-'represa'is a drama of! more than passing- inlereat aud EboulJ be swu by "all lovers of Uie beat in uiciure plays, "Ueaih's Mara- thon" is a splendidly told story of a woman's marrying tiie1 VSTOHS man, aDd_'of h'ow'fcis gamblius bring the inevitable climax to such. acting by tiie' various principals is and-the perrj.ct-etttE- rng jebds force to liie slorj-. Palhe'a Weekly is ah unusually good film. Among'the" many enteruiniTig and iBlereailng items is the picture of the diririgr" horses. "Queen." i "The Subattiule n good J elective laic of, two'rascally clerks who rob llicfr employers'" sys- tematically, 'and.-' is brought about by .the. "substitute" in a very cleyer way. Willie "Mack and Waliin Van create much laughter Ijy 'their CATpenter in "TJie Dog House their joint ef- forts at measuring- up" being very iuuny. 7" Coming FrfJay aiid "Fa- ther and Son, or. the Cyrse ot the Golden drain a oi.-lhe high- eat interest, and on Monday ami .Tues- day next an extra special-I.ubln mas- terpiece. "After Many Trials." Your Last Opportunity to See VADIS? At the BIJOU To-night 15, Bijou Theatre Ixsvers of real good photo-play I should not fait to attend (lift Bijou to night aad see "Quo This ft-a ture, in cli'ree parts, is certainly a work of ari; the settings act! costumes i are nothing short of magnificent: the turning of "Rome is, portrayed in st RiQTvoIIon's matiner. The -production LB that the management can offer their- patrons, anil -recommend' as a yhoto-play well above the average. Special music iias'-tieeu prepared for (he occasion, vrhich adfls greatly to the pleasure of the audience. For Friday and Saturday (he-man- agement have secured a really sensa- tional war picture, Powder Klasji of in two reels. This is abso- lutely filled witli thrilling situations, and is sure to please thOEO that lite 'riris class of picture. The popular.ani- mated Weekly, just nine days old, will be shoun and Samrday, as usual. fi A Triumph at A. big noise does rot necessarily eon- stUute good music- Huge posters dis- played, in the lobby of a theatre does not. guarantee the excellence o! entertainment provided; The management of the Sherman in their efforts to furnish Lethbridge citi-" zens with the best tbe :tinusement' vortd offers, does not rely on the dis- LAST TIME TONIGHT I The Hallowell Concert Company EMPRESS THEATRE OF CHIC.' WILL BE AT THE T o-m o r r o w, Friday UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE. Highest class concert company. Splendid troupe of muticol arllsla. Their worfc ia not called cicepl irorM famous notables mich as Meltw, Kocian-aml Kathlocn I'arloiv. SHERMAN THEATRE '-Alone in the Jungle" PATRONS SAY "THE BEST WE EVER SAW" Remember the Date November 10th HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES at Popular Prices play nutsidp the theatre, preferring ra- ther to-abtde by tie verdict of those witness the'nigbtly performances. H was a source "of-much satisfaction lo hear tho many complimentary aTks. paBEed on'the preRenlment o( Alone- In the rightly term- ru by the criticfs of the motion pic- lure .world, "the -ir.ost wonderful ani- mal picture over It "will be shown tonight for the last time, "and coupled with tnro ex- c.ellent'comedies, "the programme' is submitted with a guarantee that it is tbe seen in the Headers are" reminded ot the new en- fcrprise commencing November 10, Manager Wilson has worlted unUrlnu- ly.to get hlisli class vaudeville, nnd lias succeeded in obtaining his desire to bring acts played and are playing Ihe Orpheum circuit at prices that -will undoubtedly command the patronage of all lovers of firit- class amusement The Only Genuine The moment of.nTb'sl genuine dram- atic power and suspense m Gsorgo Kleinc's truly womJerful photo-drama which is to fce preeenlod at tiie Sherman Theatre, for five Cdmrqencing Monday, November 3, oc- curs in tho third seventh reel. tbe Christians are about to racrificcil for .their alleged crime of the burning of Home.. Tbe seen? shows the arena of tho famciis all the of scats fiiled-Tvith the pa- anR and citizens.of Rome, ant lor n eager to witness the char- iot the plaiialor corobatfi, tho trrlurfi of tlio Christiana, and other ff.atmes devised by [he cruel heart of Nero for thPiT pleasure anil sport. In foreground is n trap door with a C chain, which outstdc tho e the picture. Far off tho Ml- -i'pTC-ip of Christians kneel upon the i.itirjs, praying and stricken with ter- ror. The pitiless: soldiers who havo rtrlven them into Ihe arena from (heir cells move off lo places of safety. N'ero leans over tho high balustrade of'tbe Imperial box gloatioj: at their Buffering. Tboh the Imp rfoor begins to rise. Everyone knows what Is about to happen. The flrsl Ifon ivJio slips out of the opening is no surprise, yet there is a thrill'that passes over the audience, and a shudder, and the mo msnt ie full of susper.be. More Hona follow, many all lean anfl hun- gry-looking brutes. The scene shifts lo a close view of the kneeling The women clasp their children to their breasts aud raise their eyes in supplication to Heaven, The lions approach coming faster and faslt-r. Tbe scene shifts again to the Imperial box, Xero revels In the spectacle, and UTRCS his guests lo.loso no iJetaiL Petronius, the arbiter fashion, looks on in helpless disgust: the lovelorn Vinitius awaits in trembling fear the fate of his beloved 'tho treaclieroua Cbilo revolts at the outcome of his Oivn, villiany, and faints at the- algbt, ontl the thousands of citizens And nobles loA'on with bated breath. No drama In (he world ever compre- hended ayclr Intense dramatic mo- ysi- it all lifts tbe veil of doubt from the minds of this later generation why "Eternal Rome'1 fell. Coalhurst Theatre COALHORST Moving pictures "will be shown every Titondny. Wednesilav- and Saturday.. A dance will be beld every Triday right. Quality The Empress Comfort "Death's Marathon" The PATH E'S WEEKLY OTHER GOOD ONES AND SATURDAY "Father And Son" OR OF THE OOLOEN LAND" MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT Notable cast Includes FRANK IRESON Whose excel- lent portrjyAl of FATHER KELLY IN THE ROSARY Won the Ap' proval of all CANADA ANNUAL COAST-TO-COAST TOUR OF KLAW i ERLANGEfTS NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE SUCCESS THE BAR RIE R BY BEACH WITHOUT OUESTION THE BEST PLAY, CAST, PRODUCTION, Ever otfereJ the Theatre-Going Public PRICES Out ot town orders filled in the order received If accompanied by certified check or mousy order. now on sale at Kenny A Drug-Book SOc, 7Sc, INFORMATION BLANK .1913 Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phone Box 545, Lethbridge, Alia. OFFICE IN'ACADIA SLOCK am interested in tht Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and be glad to have you send me few supplies and further :tfA M ADDRESS, ;